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How sad.  Loved him as Rosanna Arquette's husband and Laurie Metcalf's brother in Susan.

 After his  wife Roberta buys a vintage jacket in the East Village he bellows  "You bought a used jacket? What?  Are we poor?"

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5 hours ago, Roy Cronin said:

How sad.  Loved him as Rosanna Arquette's husband and Laurie Metcalf's brother in Susan.

 After his  wife Roberta buys a vintage jacket in the East Village he bellows  "You bought a used jacket? What?  Are we poor?"

Susan Seidelman's 1985 mistaken-identity tale "Desperately Seeking Susan" was certainly more than Madonna's screen debut as the title character. In addition to Blum, Arquette and the onetime "Material Girl," the film also featured Aidan Quinn, Robert Joy, Will Patton,  Steven Wright and John Turturro. What a cast!

 

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Just now, jakeem said:

Susan Seidelman's 1985 mistaken-identity tale "Desperately Seeking Susan" was certainly more than Madonna's screen debut as the title character. In addition to Blum, Arquette and the future "Material Girl," the film also featured Aidan Quinn, Robert Joy, Will Patton,  Steven Wright and John Turturro. What a cast!

 

"What a cast" indeed.  And too bad it was WHAT A WASTE as far as movies go.  Liked Blum better in "Crocodile Dundee".  But maybe that's because I thought it was the better movie?

Rest In Peace, Mark.

Sepiatone

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2 minutes ago, Sepiatone said:

"What a cast" indeed.  And too bad it was WHAT A WASTE as far as movies go.  Liked Blum better in "Crocodile Dundee".  But maybe that's because I thought it was the better movie?

Rest In Peace, Mark.

"Desperately Seeking Susan," which was created, produced and directed by women, was a groundbreaking film! And a gem!

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